World War Vignettes: Los Angeles 1/3

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Count D’s pet shop, the eponymous establishment of Pet Shop of Horrors. The three-headed dragon is Honlon, a set of triplets in one body. The heads, from top to bottom, belong to Junrei (the childlike one), Shuuko (the bossy one), and Kanaan (the violent one). They’re immortal, mostly peaceful, but with the power to demolish… Continue reading World War Vignettes: Los Angeles 1/3

World War Vignettes: Los Angeles 2/3

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Los Angeles (Again). Patron: {Sumiregawa-sama! Please come away from the window!} Nenene: {Are you kidding? There’s a dragon out there!} {As a writer, it’s my duty not to run away from exciting new experiences! Especially since I haven’t written anything since a certain sensei went missing, so I need all the inspiration I can get…}… Continue reading World War Vignettes: Los Angeles 2/3

World War Vignettes: Los Angeles 3/3

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Note from The Future: Forgot to put the “speaking Japanese” brackets around the dialogue, whoops. Michelle: You don’t have to worry about me, sensei, I promise. I know the dragon looks scary, but I’m not defenseless. I– Nenene: You’re a paper user. I know. Michelle: How–? Nenene: A good writer has to be observant! And… Continue reading World War Vignettes: Los Angeles 3/3

World War Vignettes: Washington DC 1/2

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Cameos: Susie and Calvin (Calvin & Hobbes), Ronald-Ann Smith (Bloom County), and…I have forgotten which comic(s) Candace and the other girl are from. If you recognize them, please comment! The news report they’re watching is the same one as in this strip.

World War Vignettes: New York City 1/2

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Sweetness was last seen in the hands of Ann Warbucks, while Stephen Colbert’s last canon appearance was the time he MC’d that Pray Pray Revolution tournament. As for who dusted a ghoul next to the Daily Show studio, and why…take a look at Shine’s baby-sister comic, The Eagle of Hermes.

World War Vignettes: New York City 2/2

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No, he doesn’t die. But he’s not going to be exactly living for much longer, either. Again, The Eagle of Hermes has the rest, up to the night when Iscariot finds out just what their former agent has become….